Oct 162012
 

FRC Action Vote Score Card

Before the November 6 election…don’t you want to know how your elected officials have been voting? You can use FRC’s Vote Scorecard to find out.

Just click on the image of the Vote Scorecard and click on your state or search by your representative’s name to discover how your elected officials voted on issues important to Christians!

Jan 032012
 

Republican Nominees

With the race for the Republican presidential nomination in full swing, FRC Action has made available the 2012 Republican Nomination Voters Guide outlining candidates’ stances on issues that are important to the family. If you will be voting in the Republican primary and are interested in issues that affect the family, you may find this to be a valuable resource.

To keep up with the primary and caucus results as they occur, check out CNN’s Election Center. Just click on the “Primaries and Caucuses” tab and select the candidate and date!

Not registered to vote? If you have never registered to vote in New Jersey, it’s not too late! New Jersey’s presidential primary will take place on June 5, 2012, and you have until 21 days before the election to register. You can register now by accessing this New Jersey Voter Registration Application from NJ Elections. Just select your county,  fill out the PDF form online, print it, fold it, and drop it in the mail. It’s already addressed and postage is free. Easy.

Would you like to vote in the GOP primary election? New Jersey has a closed primary, which means that only declared Republicans may vote in the Republican primary. If you have never declared a party affiliation, you can declare one on the day of the primary election. If you have previously declared a party affiliation other than Republican, but wish to now vote in the Republican primary, you must switch your party affiliation at least 55 days before the primary election. To switch party affiliation, simply complete this Political Party Affiliation Declaration Form and mail or deliver it to the Commissioner of Registration (sometimes called Superintendent of Elections) in your county or file it with your municipal clerk.

Nov 052011
 

New Jersey State Legislature

Every seat in the New Jersey State Legislature is up for election next Tuesday, November 8! If you are voting for the first time and are not sure which legislative district you belong to, click on NJ Legislature’s Municipalities Index for an alphabetical listing of every municipality in New Jersey with its corresponding legislative district. Once you know your district number, you can visit the Legislative Roster to see who your Senator and Assemblymen are and learn how they have voted on issues that are important to you. Just click on Votes by Bill or Votes by Subject next to the name of your representatives.

Vote NJ

You might also want to visit Vote NJ’s Candidate Comparison page for a look at this year’s candidates. Just find your district number and click on the Compare the Candidates tab Compare the Candidates to see where your candidates stand on a variety of issues. You can even click directly through to a candidate’s website for further information. Vote NJ is not a government-run site. It is hosted and maintained by Vote-USA, LLC, a private non-charitable organization dedicated to helping citizens become informed voters. Its About Us page states that all information on the site was obtained from various state election authorities, the candidates themselves, or from their staff or websites.

Not registered to vote? If you have never registered to vote in New Jersey, it’s too late for next Tuesday’s election, but you don’t have to miss out in the future! You can access a New Jersey Voter Registration Application right now from NJ Elections. Just select your county,  fill out the PDF form online, print it, fold it, and drop it in the mail. It’s already addressed and postage is free. Easy.

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